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    Hi all,

    ive tried to install zimbra on my debian machine.

    i got this problem:

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    Checking for prerequisites...
        NPTL...FOUND
        sudo...MISSING
        libidn...MISSING
        curl...MISSING
        fetchmail...MISSING
        gmp...MISSING
    but i got all those packages... what could it be ?? is there a special version of those packages needed ? how can i check if the right packages are installed ?

    mamoru:/home/nb/zcs# getconf GNU_LIBPTHREAD_VERSION
    NPTL 2.3.6


    thats all.. anyone can help `?

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    dpkg will tell you
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinH
    dpkg will tell you
    some more details pls

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    man dpkg


    The use dpkg to check that each pkg is installed.
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    Code:
    ii  sudo                      1.6.8p12-1                 Provide limited super user privileges to spe
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    mamoru:/home/nb/zcs# dpkg -l |grep curl
    ii  curl                      7.13.2-2sarge5             Get a file from an HTTP, HTTPS, FTP or GOPHE
    ii  libcurl3                  7.15.3-1                   Multi-protocol file transfer library
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    mamoru:/home/nb/zcs# dpkg -l |grep fetchmail
    ii  fetchmail                 6.2.5-12sarge4             SSL enabled POP3, APOP, IMAP mail gatherer/f
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    ii  libgmp3                   4.1.4-6                    Multiprecision arithmetic library
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    ii  libidn11                  0.5.18-2                   GNU libidn library, implementation of IETF I
    oke.. so what ? i guess those lines mean i have the needed packages ? or am i wrong ? so y are they "missing" ?

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    Are you using the original debian or a flavor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannabetenor
    Are you using the original debian or a flavor?
    sarge netinst, kernel 2.6.8

    ** PROBLEM SOLVED ***

    /etc/debian_version was wrong.
    Last edited by l-deep; 05-06-2006 at 10:50 AM.

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